[MPlayer-users] new inverse telecine filter!
Brian J. Murrell
brian at interlinx.bc.ca
Tue Apr 29 21:53:06 CEST 2003
On Tue, 2003-04-29 at 15:37, D Richard Felker III wrote:
> I don't see the file....are you sure you uploaded it?
I'm sure I uploaded it but for some reason, the name was not as I asked
in the "put" command(s). The two files are test.mov and
> BTW, most likely this means the input content is NOT telecined,
It's most definitely telecined. I edit it with glav (from mjpeg-tools)
which allows me to step one frame at a time (something I wish I could do
with mplayer) and I can most definitely see the 3:2 pull-down. It
should also be top-field-first, as I believe lavrec always grabs/stores
> just plain 60 field/sec interlaced.
> It's also possible that you
> captured at the wrong framerate (i.e. anything but 29.97 is wrong).
I know it has to be 29.97. But it is the right framerate. From the
mencoder.output I refer to above:
MOV: longest streams: A: #1 (458 samples) V: #0 (458 samples)
[V] filefmt:7 fourcc:0x61706A6D size:352x480 fps:29.97 ftime:=0.0334
> But I'd like to look at the file anyway to make sure, so let me know
> where you put it...
Sorry about the file (re-)naming foul-up.
I should have noted in my original message, that I get decent
(progressive, non-every-4th-repeating frames) results from detc with
this same file.
Brian J. Murrell <brian at interlinx.bc.ca>
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